5.9L Cummins 6BT 12V - 2004 build engine

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15 Nov 2016 05:26 #21 by oztrax
oztrax replied the topic: P7100 Injector Pump
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Thanks that makes sense, because of my timing gear setup and mounting I
Reckon the Dodge Ram P7100 non electric would be my easiest and cheapest option.

Installing a different pump, timing gear, injectors and lines would get pretty Exy.

Can u guys post a couple of pics of the pumps u have fitted ?

Assuming the Lucas CAV is entirely unsuitable and you have fitted Bosch VE rotary.

Ankle repair was elective , Achilles degraded and detached from heel by 30%
Check out these suture anchors they put into heel bone,
They are like 4 mm.



Nice pic here of the marine install for 6BT








OZ
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15 Nov 2016 06:11 #22 by Peter and Sandra OKA 374
Peter and Sandra OKA 374 replied the topic: 5.9L Cummins 6BT 12V - 2004 build engine
Oz that sucks but can understand the boredom side of things ;-))

The genset engines we got had the marine type alloy sump and Stanadyne IP's but the right exhaust and the intake plumbing was easily modded.
Here are a couple of pics of before and after.














OKA 374 LT Van, converted to camper/motorhome,
400ah Lithiums, 1100w solar, diesel cooking heating and HWS,
Cummins 6BT, Allison 6 speed auto, Nissan transfer.

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15 Nov 2016 06:24 #23 by oztrax
oztrax replied the topic: 5.9L Cummins 6BT 12V - 2004 build engine
Thanks Pete

So u put a Bosch VE on by the looks.

What model/part number did u use ?

Also assuming you fitted new/different injectors as well

OZ

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15 Nov 2016 11:19 #24 by Peter and Sandra OKA 374
Peter and Sandra OKA 374 replied the topic: 5.9L Cummins 6BT 12V - 2004 build engine
Yes VE pump, no idea of part number, just emailed bloke in the US with engine number and CDL and he built the pump to suit, his only request was how much HP did I want and also said the injectors would be fine so they were left untouched.

OKA 374 LT Van, converted to camper/motorhome,
400ah Lithiums, 1100w solar, diesel cooking heating and HWS,
Cummins 6BT, Allison 6 speed auto, Nissan transfer.

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20 Nov 2016 05:37 #25 by oztrax
oztrax replied the topic: 5.9L Cummins 6BT 12V - 2004 build engine
I'm researching P7100 pump,installs in the Dodge Ram for comparison .

A shop,should be able to mod a P7100 to my specs, providing governor is suitable.


dieseldatabase.com/turning-up-a-p7100-pump/

P7100 seem to be user friendly for on the vehicle adjustments .
HP can be increased with a different fuel plate, or by moving it slightly.

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20 Nov 2016 08:08 #26 by Outback Jack
Outback Jack replied the topic: 5.9L Cummins 6BT 12V - 2004 build engine
Just remember a p pump takes about for memory about 15 hp to run.....

You already have the injector lines etc, so sticking with the P Pump is a good choice.

I am not sure a P Pump is required on an OKA. Anywhere in the 200hp to 300hp range will be more than enough I think. The VE Pump is capable of these HP`s.

Some other differences are

VE Pump lubricated from fuel.
P Pump by engine oil.
P Pump has piston for each cylinder
VE Pump has the one

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